When Tiny lifts up the pail after milking the cow and starts to dance, the "milk" appears to be some sort of solid white liner.
Each of the Stooges plays a dual role in this film.
Hugo : As I understand, your trouble is that you cannot sing in front of people. Yah?
Tiny : That's right, Doctor.
Hugo : Then you are a knuckle-poop.
Joe: Say, watch your language.
Hugo : Gentleman, take a chair
Joe: Gee, thank you. (He and Larry pick up the chairs)
Hugo: Here, here, here. Please don't take them home.
Joe: Indian giver.
(The doctor has put Tiny into a trance.)
Tiny: Tiny is six years old.
Hugo: And what did you want to be when you were six?
Tiny: Seven. Tiny is four years old.
Hugo: And what did you want to be when you were four?
Larry: Now don't get excited, Doctor.
Hugo: Who's getting excited??!!
Hugo: Just a minute! I give him artificial respiration!
Larry: Artificial? For what you charge, you give him the real thing!
(Larry tries to persuade Tiny to come to New York.)
Larry: Steaks that thick, great, big, delicious lobsters, chicken cacciatore, spaghetti tetrazzini, and strawberry shortcake, with strawberries...
Joe: Hold it! Stop!
Tiny: I couldn't eat another bite.
Larry: Then it's a deal?
Tiny: You've convinced me. When do we eat, I mean, when do we leave?
Tiny: Oh Larry, do you still think I'm pretty?
Larry: I think you're prettier than a spotted heifer.
Tiny: That's the sweetest thing you ever said to me.
Some of the closing musical number is stock footage from the Muriel Landers and Bek Nelson film Tricky Chicks (1958).
Running time: 16 minutes 17 secondsa